found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hi, my name is Toby. When I first came into rescue, I was thin, an anxious mess really. You see, I had been beaten, so I was hand shy and nervous. I would walk my kennel and bang my tail hard and repeatedly against the chain link to the point that it would bleed.
But since I’ve been treated kindly, feed well, and taught manners and social graces, I am SO MUCH happier now. I have adjusted to life as a beloved pet, a dog of value rather than an abused throwaway. All I need now to make my life complete is a loving furever family all my own.
Even though I am very big, I am still well mannered on a leash. I am also good with CATS and other dogs. Not only am I an all around good dog, but I am a handsome boy now too. The physical scars have faded, and I have a slick-as-silk buff colored coat with lovely dark points to accentuate my sweet-faced features. Despite my painful past, I smile all the time, even in my eyes.
My goal in life to is make some special person happy like I am now happy. Please come and meet me. I promise to love you furever and ever and ever……
* Approximately 2 years old
* Weighs ~ 60 lbs
* On Heartworm prevention & Vaccinations current
* Toby has already been neutered and is ready to go to his furever home.
* Toby is currently in Foster Care.
Toby’s adoption donation fee is only $85.
This low fee covers all his vetting expenses.
Cherokee Shelter animals have only 5 days to find a home or rescue group. The Humane Society of Cherokee County’s volunteers work to save as many animals as possible. The $85 adoption fee includes Rabies and DHPP vaccinations, spay or neuter, microchip, and heartworm test.
We are very rescue friendly and try to make it as pleasant as possible for rescue groups to save Cherokee Shelter animals. Please contact us via email at email@example.com regarding rescue policies and pricing.
Because of the short time we have to place animals, and the lack of a veterinary clinic at the shelter, neither the Humane Society nor Cherokee County can guarantee the temperament or health of any animals made available for adoption. We will never knowingly place a dangerous or sick animal. It is impossible in the shelter environment to reliably test dogs with cats or small children. Sometimes the stressful environment may create fearful responses even with other dogs that would not occur in a normal home setting. All animals are not compatible with all families, and we reserve the right to refuse adoption when we think the placement may endanger either the pet or the family.
All rescued/adopted pets must be picked up the same day as their veterinary services. Otherwise boarding and additional payment arrangements must be made in advance.
The Cherokee County shelter is located in Gaffney, SC just a few minutes off I-85 and only about 20 miles northeast of Spartanburg, SC and about 50 miles southwest of Charlotte, NC.
**Courtesy Post** This pet is not an official foster animal of OOHW, but is being posted on this website as a courtesy to The Humane Society of Cherokee County. OOHW assumes no liability for the health or temperament and cannot guarantee the accuracy of statements contained herein or made verbally or otherwise by The Humane Society of Cherokee County.